Congress Theatre, Eastbourne – Saturday 3 September, 7.30pm

Following their 35th Anniversary Tour the UK’s longest running Rock ‘n’ Roll show, That’ll Be The Day is back, bigger and better than ever… and it’s returning to Eastbourne’s Congress Theatre for a night that will blow you away on Saturday 3 September.

From humble beginnings more than 35 years ago touring the UK in a transit van, That’ll Be The Day is now the UK’s favourite juke-box musical night out, comedy and music and pure good times are promised with this entertaining and relentlessly energetic night out.

That’ll Be The Day performs over 200 shows a year in major venues and has had five sell out shows at the London Palladium. The show will be infused with the same beloved formula that fans adore, promising some old favourites and brand-new material, complete with some very special surprises – a guaranteed night of nostalgia and laughs.

Unashamedly the show takes its audience on a rollercoaster ride through the ‘golden’ age of Rock ‘n’ Roll and Pop, mixing brilliant vocals and superb musicianship with impersonations and comedy routines.

Over five million people have experienced That’ll be the Day since it began, including several super fans who have seen the show over 500 times and two people who have seen the show an incredible 1,060 times!

“We love performing to an incredible crowd every week and meeting our loyal fans,” said Trevor Payne, creator and producer of That’ll Be The Day. “The show has developed right along with our audiences and we never take for granted the fact that they expect the best from us.”

“We always work hard to deliver the highest possible production with great attention to detail to make sure our audiences have a great night out. We completely change the content of the show every year to keep it fresh as we know our audiences come back year after year. It’s all down to the commitment of all involved – the crew, cast and creatives and all of the people behind the scenes – it’s a real team effort.” he added. You can listen to an interview with Trevor Payne search Eastbourne Theatres Podcast on all podcast streaming services, episode 2.

The team aren’t just here for the good times though – over the years, That’ll Be The Day has collected over a million pounds for many charities including Childline, Help for Heroes and The Make a Wish foundation.

See the end of summer out in style with Trevor and the gang at That’ll Be The Day at the Congress Theatre, Eastbourne on Saturday 3 September, 7.30pm. Tickets from £25.50 call 01323 412000 or online eastbournetheatres.co.uk